It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Angie, a beloved mother, grandmother, and sister. Throughout her life, Angie demonstrated unwavering faith and unconditional love, showing us all the power of her deep-rooted connection with her Lord and Savior.
On January 1, 2024, Angie peacefully left this world, surrounded by her beautiful family who had been a constant source of support and strength throughout her challenging health journey. Her departure leaves a void that can never be filled, but her legacy of love and faith will forever guide us.
Angie's four children, Lakisha, Tiffany, Stephanie, and Ronald, were not only recipients of their mother's boundless love but also witnesses to her unshakable faith in Jesus Christ. They have inherited not only a cherished example of true love but also an unbreakable foundation in their spiritual lives.
In addition to her children, Angie leaves behind a beautiful tapestry of grandchildren who were undoubtedly the light of her life. Romel, Artaesha, Willie IV, Jermaine, Mariyah, Makayla, Jimmie, Emmanuel, Marcel, and Kaevaun––each one was blessed with their grandmother's unwavering love and boundless affection. Furthermore, three great-grandchildren have been fortunate enough to experience Angie's warmth and tenderness.
Angie was blessed to share many childhood memories with her sisters Jeannine Johnson-Hogan, Essie White, and Priscilla Barrino. Her family formed a support network that held each other up through thick and thin and will continue to do so in her honor. Their shared memories will forever honor Angie's spirit. Her nieces and nephews, Benjamin, James, Joseph, Joy, and Coveda will also continue to carry on Angie's legacy of love.
As we bid our final farewell to Angie, we hold onto the memories she gifted us with—the smiles she broadened on our faces and the joy she brought into our lives. Though she has joined her loving parents Mr. and Mrs. Sammy C. Barrino in the eternal embrace of heaven, Angie's spirit will forever watch over and guide us from above.
Services will be held at a date that is to be determined. Please keep Angie's loved ones in your prayers and may the Lord hold the Barrino Family in a blanket of comfort as Angelina makes her way to the Kingdom of Heaven, where pain is no more, suffering is no more, and she is free.